Woman died after Abridge building collapse

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: A woman in her 40s is being treated at Whipps Cross Hospital A woman in her 40s is being treated at Whipps Cross Hospital

A woman has died after being rescued from a collapsed building.

The woman, in her 40s was, freed from the shed-like structure in Ongar Road, Abridge, on Friday at around 5.05pm by Essex Fire and Rescue Crews after being trapped for 45 minutes.

The woman initially sustained a leg injury from a fallen roof tile but later lost consciousness and suffered a cardiac arrest.

Paramedics said she was stabilised and taken to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone in a critical condition and later died.

 

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11:45am Tue 11 Feb 14

Zara s says...

If you're going to report news get your facts right and stop sending journal snoops around abridge at such a tragic time
If you're going to report news get your facts right and stop sending journal snoops around abridge at such a tragic time Zara s

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